Oakland Raider Rebuilding Process Almost Complete

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I've always been intrigued by the Egyptians of way back. I look at the pyramids they were able to build with astonishment and find it very incredible that a civilization that roamed the earth back when Larry King was a baby were able to build such amazing structures.
I think of the time it took to build, the patience it took, and the brains it took. Each one of those massive pyramids that still stand today all started with a vision, and all started with one brick.
In 2006, the Raiders went 2-14 and earned the No. 1 overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft. The cupboard was empty on offense, the O-line was weak, and the skill position players were not very skilled at all.
No QB threw over 300 yards in 2006, and only once did a running back break 100 yards rushing. The Raiders had to start over and rebuild through the draft instead of free agency.
In 2007, the Raiders began building their structure when they drafted JaMarcus Russell, a tr...

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